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Joakim Hanusek, Strategic Product Manager, Network Infrastructure
Joakim Hanusek is a Strategic Product Manager and responsible for driving product development and partnerships to facilitate site deployments for mobile operators. Over the last eight years, Joakim have been developing innovative site solutions for mobile operators all around the world, including driving Ericsson’s role in the smart light pole site partnership with Philips for the past three years.
Small Cell Deployments: Everything you Ever Wanted to Know and More
Monday 13:00 Martin Ljungberg, Strategic Product Manager, Small Cells Solutions
Outdoor Small Cells – Delivering Seamless Connectivity Through Innovative Street Solutions
Wednesday 13:00 Joakim Hanusek, Strategic Product Manager, Network Infrastructure
Ericsson are also featuring in our 5G panel on Tuesday 28 February 2016. Please register here to attend »
Martin Ljungberg, Strategic Product Manager, Small Cells Solutions
Martin Ljungberg is responsible for small cells solutions in Business Unit Network Products at Ericsson. These solutions, in which the Radio Dot System is a key component, enable Mobile Network Operators to expand business with great indoor coverage.
He has been engaged in Ericsson’s mobile broadband activities since 1999 and has held several managerial positions within areas of 3G and LTE ranging from technical sales to product management and customer programs.
Ljungberg is representing Ericsson in Small Cells Forum as a member of the executive board.
Martin Ljungberg holds a degree in Engineering Physics from Uppsala University (Sweden).